St. Peter's Episcopal Church

Reverend Jeremy Means-Koss

The Reverend Jeremy Means-Koss stepped into the role of Priest-in-Charge for St. Peter’s in September 2022. Fr. Jeremy received his Master of Divinity from Wesley Theological Seminary with additional degrees from King’s College, London, and American University. He also received a Certificate in Anglican Studies from Virginia Theological Seminary.

Before coming to Vermont, Fr. Jeremy was a priest in the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia specializing in parishes in transition. Along with academic theological specialties in change management, church innovation, and sacramental theology, Fr. Jeremy also has a professional background in Student Affairs/Higher Education.

Having had transformational experiences in the charismatic and liturgical branches of the wider church, as well as the Ignatian and Taoist traditions of contemplative spiritual formation, Fr. Jeremy has a passion for spirit-led sacramental worship and deep spiritual formation. Fr. Jeremy is co-editor of Mysterion Seeking Understanding: How Sacramentality Can Save the Body of Christ.

In his personal life, Fr. Jeremy enjoys crochet, gospel music, electronic dance music, Harry Potter, Star Trek, and all things Quebec. With his husband Brendan and their dog Charlie, Fr. Jeremy lives in Arlington at the St. James’ rectory.